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If metasearches have forever changed the way we search for airline flights, then why not for ocean cruises too? That appears to be the strategy for travel search engine Kayak.com

Cruiseship.jpgIf metasearches have forever changed the way we search for airline flights, then why not for ocean cruises too?

That appears to be the strategy for travel search engine Kayak.com. It’s now offering searches of several cruise brands including CruisesOnly, Cruise411, Cruises.com and Vacation Outlet all through a partnership with World Travel Holdings (WTH).
Kayak plans not only on offering searches of all the usual cruise destinations like the Caribbean, Mexico, the Bahamas, and Alaska, but it’s also offering a special checkbox to look for senior deals if you’re 55 and over.

Of course, considering how proportionally small the number of seniors using metasearch engines are these days, perhaps their kids will still have to book the trip for them.

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